Bit of background:
I get bored really easily. I learn very fast and when I feel comfortable with a job I usually move on to something else that interests me. I am not sure why this is but I found that in NDE/NDT having multiple methods helps me negate switching jobs if I can have multiple methods at my disposal. I was told in a job interview that my experience was too broad and not focused enough to fill a specialist's position. I was also told that I am hard to place because of my broad experience, Advanced composites of F-22 to now Nuclear inspection. I have done IR, MT, PT, UT, RT, VT, AES, PAUT, Rotoscan(Bubbler), Surface Acoustic Wave fluid analysis, Advanced application ET, etc. etc.
So I am seeking some career advice. I love the science and application of NDE/NDT but I feel like its a slow death focusing in on just one method. Thanks in advance for any advice.